Real estate licensees must complete defined amounts of continuing education (CE) to meet requirements set forth by the Delaware Division of Professional Regulation and administered by the Delaware Real Estate Commission (DREC).
The bulk of your education opportunities will come from your local association. DAR does provide courses approved for continuing education at the annual conference each fall, as well as training for various designations and certifications.
Other commercial sources offer continued education as well.
You can purchase your 99-Hour Delaware Real Estate Pre-Licensing package from The CE Shop. Click below for a list of online interactive course that teaches you everything you’ll need to take the real estate licensing exam, using real-life, inquiry-based scenarios.
You can also take courses from a variety of in-person schools. Here is a list of all the Delaware-Approved Pre-licensing Course Providers.
As you may know, real estate licensees must complete defined amounts of continuing education (CE) to meet requirements set forth by the Delaware Division of Professional Regulation and administered by the Delaware Real Estate Commission (DREC). License renewal is every two years, always ending on April 30 in an even year, and requires agents to complete 21 credit hours of education on a multitude of topics.
The content and amount of continuing education (CE) that you are required to complete depends on when your license was issued and whether you are a broker/associate broker or a salesperson. New agents have specific requirements to complete within the first year of licensure. Reach out to either your broker and/or local association for clarification on what is required of you.
The National Association of REALTORS® provides a broad array of programs and services to increase skills, proficiency, and knowledge. Designations and certifications in various real estate sectors are earned upon completion of required courses. Review the designations, and certifications offered here.
Training can be accessed online, in-person, or by taking a class.
code of ethics training for realtors®
The next NAR Code of Ethics Training deadline is December 21, 2024.
All REALTORS® must complete two-and-a-half hours of training to address the Realtor Code of Ethics in two-year cycles, according to NAR policy. Failure to complete ethics training is a violation of membership and can lead to suspension of membership and possible termination.
Get more information from NAR on training opportunities here.
DAR Scholarship for NAR Mediator & Mediation Training
take the realtor® Safety Pledge
Demonstrate your personal commitment to keeping safety at the top of mind and implemented into daily business protocols. Take the REALTOR® Safety pledge here.
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Free continuing education classes are offered at our annual convention and discounted NAR designation and certification classes are offered during the year. Check out upcoming classes here: